Snapster – Simple Photo editor without a Social Component

In the summer of 2015 VKontakte presented a separate service called Snapster, which was then oriented as an analog of Instagram. A year later, the service received “rooms” – a community where users can share their work and evaluate others. Now the developers abandoned this innovation, leaving in Snapster only the functions of the photo editor.

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Snapster never eclipsed Instagram, and developers from VKontakte finally realized it. Now Snapster has become a simple photo editor

As it is clear from the official announcement, on November 1, Snapster will remove all the “rooms” from its archive (with the last update of the application users have lost the function of publishing records in the “rooms”). To save published images, service developers offer users to download their work on a special page.

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Thus, in Snapster there were only standard functions of the photo editor, allowing users to perform color correction, work with curves, apply automatic image enhancement or apply ready filters.

Snapster is everything. The project did not gain enough users to become a true social network. It’s time to move on. We disable social functions, but we will retain the full power of a full-fledged photo editor, “the service developers wrote on Google Play and the App Store.

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